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College Football Gambling - Boise at Nevada

College football gambling excitement has been building for the past few weeks in anticipation of the NCAA football gambling matchup of Boise State at Nevada.
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College football gambling fans will see Boise face what could be their most dangerous game of the season as they continue their NCAA football gambling quest for a shot at the BCS title.

The #19 Nevada Wolf Pack will host the #4 Boise State Broncos on Friday night with a telecast on ESPN set for 10:15 PM ET.  Sports-Gambling opened with Boise State as a 14.5 point favorite.

This matchup features two of the top teams in the Western Athletic Conference and two of the top quarterbacks in the game with Nevada’s Colin Kaepernick going up against Boise State’s Kellen Moore.  Coaches Chris Peterson of Boise and Chris Ault of Nevada are two of the best anywhere.

Nevada would gain a share of first place in the WAC if they spring the upset.

Boise State has a record of 10-0 straight up and 8-2 with the college football odds as they have an even 5-5 split on over/under totals.  Boise State has paid out in all 5 of their road games this year and is coming off an impressive 51-0 home payout over Fresno State last week.

The Broncos have gone under the total for their last 3 games.  Boise State ranks 2nd in the country for both offensive scoring and defensive points allowed.  Moore is a probable Heisman Trophy finalist as he has passed for 2921 yards with a 28/5 touchdown/interception ratio.

Doug Martin has rushed for 938 yards and a 6.2 yards per carry average with 9 TD’s while Titus Young has 988 yards receiving with an 18.0 yards per catch average and 8 TD’s to make for one of the most loaded teams in the land.

Nevada has a record of 10-1 straight up and 5-6 with the college football lines as 6 of their games have gone over the total.  The Wolf Pack is 4th in the nation for scoring offense and 38th for scoring defense.  Kaepernick has 2412 yards passing with a 19/6 TD/INT ratio and 981 yards rushing with 7.2 yards per carry.

Boise State has paid out in 4 consecutive college football gambling matchups at Nevada and in 7 of the last 9 meetings overall in this series.